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Those interested can apply for the Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund (PCEF) Cooling Portland program by dialing 311 or going online.
The esteemed author wrote titles like “A Wizard of Earthsea” and “The Left Hand of Darkness” from the second-floor writing studio in her house in Northwest Portland.
After all the years of hard work, students and parents get to celebrate their achievements.
The museum, which can also be rented for private and corporate events, is located just steps from the TriMet MAX station and across from the Oregon Zoo.
Citizens will use this new method to choose a mayor, an auditor, and three city councilors in November.
Public stairways connect neighborhood streets across the City of Roses, offering views and a free alternative to gym exercise.
Iconic buildings and cultural institutions coupled with civil unrest transformed the fabric of the city forever.
From concerts to parades, Pride brings three months of festivities to Portland in 2024.
The transportation bureau aims to get a better picture of ridership by observing more than 300 locations across the city.
Explore the history of Portland’s 12 bridges over the Willamette River in this ongoing series.
SOLVE and Clackamas Water Environment Services team up to support litter cleanup projects across the region from May to September.
Founders of the event hoped to make our city the “summer capital of the world.”
Understanding the civic leader and entrepreneur’s contributions to Portland is key to truly knowing the city of today.
The 9th Vanport Mosaic Festival will take place Saturday, May 18-Saturday, June 1, 2024.
Make the most of good weather by taking your meals al fresco on one of Portland’s many beautiful patios.
A new study breaks down the latest IPUMS data on high-earning homeowners and changes in income brackets.
The outgoing mayor’s final budget for fiscal year 2024-2025 is significantly larger than last year’s due to utility rate increases.
Nonprofit UKANDU’s fundraiser features 24 local restaurants and wineries and supports the organization’s camps and other programs.
Walk, bike, ride public transit, or rent an e-bike or e-scooter using PBOT’s online SmartTrips tools.
Make sure your vote is tallied.
The oil-on-canvas masterpiece is one of the French painter’s most universally recognized works.
Biking has a number of benefits — improving health and reducing pollution and wear and tear on our streets, to name a few — but it’s vital that public safety is not neglected.
The Eastbank Crescent mitigation bank project will improve natural habitat and lay the groundwork for a future waterfront park.
Travel through Portland’s past by learning about these historical waypoints and the purpose they serve.
Local singer-songwriters work closely with the families to weave personal stories into the lyrics and unlock the healing power of music.
Metro has started the park planning process as clean up efforts near completion.
The Oregon State Fire Marshal and Portland Fire and Rescue will host the educational event at the World Forestry Center on Saturday, April 27-Sunday, April 28.
This historic trade hub serves as a gateway to the Eastern Highlands’ national parks, fascinating visitors with rugged mountains and museums.
Whether your closet needs a spring cleaning or you’re simply running out of room, these organizations can use your unwanted garb for good.
With additional funding, the project can move forward with construction slated to start later in 2024.
Remnants of this late 19th-century architectural movement still stand in neighborhoods across Portland.
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